Randomising Answers in Google Forms

**UPDATED VERSION OF THIS POST available here. In the new version, learn how to randomise questions and answers in Google Forms.**

Google Forms just received another great update.

When you create a Google form, you can randomise the order that the answers are presented.

This is great for people who are concerned that the order that the answers are presented in might skew the results or be biased in some way.

Here is how you set up your randomised answers in Google Forms:

1.  Set up your form and enter a multiple choice type question

2. Under the question click on advanced settings

3.  Tick the shuffle option order box

I would hope that this would suggest that the next update Google forms will get would be to randomise questions.  That would be a fantastic addition for teachers!

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